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JPMorgan Chase Targets More Than $2.5 Trillion over 10 Years to Advance Climate Action and Sustainable Development

JPMorgan Chase aims to finance and facilitate more than $2.5 trillion over 10 years – beginning this year through the end of 2030 – to advance long-term solutions that address climate change and contribute to sustainable development. The firm will bring together its capital and expertise to help clients, customers…

With Joe Biden, there is an opportunity to normalize relations with Cuba again

The embargo is hurting not Russia but the Americans and the Cuban people. Plainly articulating this subject; jobs for the united states and prosperity for Cuba. On January 3, 1961, the united states cut off diplomatic relations with the Republic of Cuba. In the climax of the deterioration of relations…

Russia suspected of stealing thousands of State Department emails

Suspected Russian hackers stole thousands of State Department officials’ emails last year, according to two Congressional sources familiar with the intrusion, in the second known Kremlin-backed breach on the department’s email server in under a decadeThe hackers accessed emails in the department’s Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs and Bureau…

Madrid’s nightlife rages on despite pandemic: ‘These parties give me life’

The party continues at home, like it does every weekend.” It’s Friday night in Madrid’s famous Puerta del Sol square. Three young people are carrying bags filled with bottles of rum. They walk quickly. It’s 11pm, the time when Madrid’s curfew begins and bars and restaurants close. But there’s no…

President Biden faces pressure regarding Cuba

Washington, Mar 29 (Prensa Latina) The president of the United States, Joe Biden, faces pressure to define his policy towards Cuba, newspaper The Hill reported today. The White House gives few clues about how it will approach its policy with the Caribbean country, in a scenario where conflicting political considerations…

Cold War-Era’s relationship with Cuba, 90 miles south of Key West, is coming to an end, but the exile must be part of the negotiations.

President Trump reverted all changes and placed everything back on ice. Now the Biden administration says it will lift some of Trump’s business restrictions and travel between the U.S. and Cuba and renew diplomatic talks.But President Biden’s initial actions will disappoint advocates longing for the more robust relationship that emerged…